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IEEE Engineering Management Review

Issue 3 • Date Third Quarter 2012

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  • IEEE Engineering Management Review - Front cover

    Publication Year: 2012
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  • IEEE Technology Management Council

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  • Table of contents

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  • Technology managers notebook

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  • Making a transition from technical professional to...

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    THERE are many aspects to managing technical professionals that fall into the domain of the Technology Management Council's portfolios. What I suggest in this article is valid in any organization where managing technical professionals determines organizational success. While educating students in managing engineering and technology occurs on a daily basis in academia, I'll approach the topic from ... View full abstract»

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  • The innovation dilemma

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    PETER Drucker reminded us, in Managing in a time of Great Change, that "every organization-not just business-needs one competence: innovation." While much is said and written about innovation, organizations struggle to do innovation. Part of the difficulty arises, because we lack an agreed upon definition of innovation. We confuse invention with innovation. We treat innovation as some Eureka momen... View full abstract»

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  • Projects, networks and the innovative organization

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    ENGINEERING managers should care about the manner in which their organizations are structured. Effectively managed organizations better adapt to technological change, and are better equipped to survive when times are challenging. Competitiveness then is a function of innovative products and capable products, but also of our organizational choices. These organizational choices can be designed just ... View full abstract»

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  • Types of organizational interfaces

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    HAVE you ever wondered why your prestigious project failed, although you had all the required technical skills available from all the departments of your entire company? The main reason might have been because people did not talk to each other in the same language, actually or figuratively speaking. Or don't you understand why your sales team promises delivery of a shipment, that your manufacturin... View full abstract»

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  • Perspectives on the roles, skills, and competencies of project managers

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    MUCH has been published in the IEEE Technology Management Council's (TMC) publications about Project Management. This short article does not present any new information about Project Management, but it provides some new perspectives on the roles on the skills and competencies required by project managers. View full abstract»

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  • Leadership skills development for engineers

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  • Innovation portfolio architecture

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  • The practice of innovation: innovation as the management of constraints

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  • Absorptive and disseminative capacity: knowledge transfer in intra-organization networks

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  • How open innovation can help you cope in lean times

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  • Tapping the world's innovation hot spots

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  • Great expectations and hard times: the paradoxical experience of the engineer as project manager

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  • Project-as-practice: in search of project management research that matters

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  • Technology Management Council chapters

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The IEEE Engineering Management Review includes papers that are aimed at those engaged in managing research, development, or engineering activities.

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Editor-in-Chief

Gerard H. (Gus) Gaynor
 
3M Director of Engineering, Retired
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